Debunking PseudoSkeptical Arguments of Paranormal Debunkers

Winston Wu's major treatise and book widely acclaimed in Parapsychology circles, and the first of its kind. Effectively and logically debunks the common prejudiced arguments of media pseudoskeptics and organized skeptic groups such as CSICOP, James Randi, Michael Shermer, etc. More

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About Winston Wu

Winston Wu is an Asian American Expat Writer, Traveler and Successful Internet Entrepreneur. Born in Taiwan, he emigrated to America when he was 3 years old and grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area of California. Mr. Wu is a leading pioneer in the International Dating and Living Movement and is considered the movement’s intellectual champion. He has been featured in various alternative media interviews, and is publicly known as a Freethinker, Champion of Truth, Debunker of BS, Propaganda, Mind Control and Logic Fallacies - a quality extremely rare among Asians. With a high level of awareness and propensity to think outside the box, he has written many Articles and Books with truthful insights, revelations, useful advice, freethought, revolutionary solutions, and politically incorrect but accurate cultural comparisons.

Mr. Wu is Founder of two successful and unique websites that are the first of their kind: Happier Abroad (HappierAbroad.com), a Global Dating and Living website, community and movement with an intellectual focus containing truthful no-holds barred content, and SCEPCOP (DebunkingSkeptics.com), the first coalition to counter and debunk organized PseudoSkeptic groups, and other forms of propaganda. Due to the success of his movements, Mr. Wu generates residual income from his websites, which allows him to make a living while having the freedom to do what he wants and help others. He also aims to become a perpetual traveler and experience the treasures and wonders of the world.

His calling and aspiration is to help liberate and awaken others from fear and enslavement. Wu lives by the philosophy that “new experiences” are what enrich and create meaning and special memories in life - whereas long-term “settled routines” lead to only time passing by without meaningful lasting memories. As such, he advocates that one should not live in a state of fear consciousness (which many societies condition their citizens into in order to keep them weak and obedient), but in a state of conscious awareness, so that one can follow their passions and allow new possibilities to come into their life. In this way, one is free to make smart choices from a state of awareness to live the life one truly wants, rather than conform to others’ expectations.

Among his passions and interests are writing, traveling, culture, museums, theatre, the arts, romantic places, instrumental music, 80’s music, chess, history, philosophy, spirituality, metaphysics, paranormal studies, alternative ideas and media, meeting intelligent interesting people, having deep conversations, hiking, nature, exploring national parks, and racket sports such as tennis, badminton and ping pong.

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